Sheridan County

24th Annual Christmas Stroll Almost Here

Next Friday afternoon, Main Street in Sheridan will be shutdown and citizens will flood the roadway to participate in the community’s annual kick off to the holidays.

Lt. Ringley: Compliance Checks Yield Positive Results

The second round of alcohol compliance checks in 2019 were conducted recently in Sheridan. Sheridan Police Department Lt. Tom Ringley explained that the checks had an overall positive result.

Commissioners Looking to Help Make Courthouse Intersection Safer

The intersection of Brooks and Burkitt next to the Sheridan County Courthouse has been a problem area for pedestrian traffic over the years.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 22, 1919

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 22, 1919.

College District Moves Forward With Four-Year Degree Plans

The Northern Wyoming Community College District is moving forward with plans to offer an applied four-year degree program in accordance with state legislation passed earlier this year that allows Wyoming's community colleges to offer bachelor's degrees in applied sciences.

Rogaczewski Surprised by Award

Carrie Rogaczewski said she was caught totally by surprise when she was recently named the Outstanding District Employee of the Year by the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts.

Skyline Singers to Perform at Sheridan College

Skyline Singers, the newest ensemble-in-residence at Sheridan College, will perform Saturday night at 7 p.m. in Kinnison Hall in the Whitney Center for the Arts.

Sheridan Commission OKs Easement Vacation

Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid brought a request for a vacation of a Utility/Drainage/Construction Easement before the county commission for their approval this week.

Met Live Presents Akhnaten Saturday

The Met Live in HD’s latest performance will be live streamed from New York City at the Sheridan WYO Theater on Saturday.

SCSD2 Juniors Get 3 Free Chances to Take the ACT

Sheridan County School District 2 has brought back their program to provide 3 free chances for High School Juniors to take the ACT test.

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